Samurai Warriors 4-II announces “Sexy DLC Costumes,” theme song, and stage play

Stage play set for May debut at Theatre 1010.

Koei Tecmo announced a number of Samurai Warriors 4-II-related news items during a press event in Japan today. Here’e the recap.

Super Sexy DLC Costumes

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The women military commanders of Samurai Warriors 4-II will receive a set of “Super Sexy DLC Costumes.” According to director Osamu Saegusa, these costumes were entirely the idea of producer Hisashi Koinuma. Upon hearing this, Koinuma responded, “Don’t say more than necessary!”

Theme Song

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Wagakki Band will perform the theme song, “Ikusa,” for Samurai Warriors 4-II. “Ikusa/Nadeshiki Sakura,” a DVD (1,620 yen) and Blu-ray disc (1,950 yen) due out on February 25 featuring the music video, will include a weapon download code for the “Ensen Suzuhana,” a Japanese hand fan for Ishida Mitsunari. When using it, “Ikusa” will play as you fight.

Samurai Warriors Stage Play

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A Samurai Warriors stage play is planned to debut at Theatre 1010 in Adachi, Tokyo during May. Kotaro Yoshitani is handling the screenplay, and Polygon Magic is producing the play. The “Stage Version of Samurai Warriors Production Committee” is organizing the event.

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